LOT upgrades Dubrovnik service

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LOT Polish Airways will extend its seasonal summer flights between Warsaw and Dubrovnik to year-round operations. Services from the Polish capital will continue past the summer with two weekly flights to be operated as of October 28, each Thursday and Saturday, with an Embraer E170 jet. Tickets are already on sale. Earlier this year, Spain's Iberia announced it would also turn its seasonal summer flights from Madrid to the Croatian seaside city to year-long operations. LOT was recently invited by the Croatian government to begin talks over the potential takeover of Croatia Airlines. The Polish carrier has neither confirmed nor denied its interest. Within Croatia, LOT serves Zagreb throughout the year and maintains seasonal flights to Split, Zadar and Pula.

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  1. So DBV this winter will have Croatia Airlines, Trade Air ,British Airways, LOT, Iberia, Turkish and Vueling, and flights to Zagreb, Rijeka, Pula, Split, Osijek, Rome, Istanbul, Frankfurt, Warsaw, London, Barcelona and Madrid. Nice. Not enough, of course but for sure good direction and good way to go! Bravo DBV!

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  2. WOW! Congrats Dubrovnik! :)

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  3. LO is also extending SKP into the winter and increasing BEG to ten weekly. I think ZAG was 8 last year as well.

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    1. I expect LO to increase capacity or frequency for SKP's next summer schedule as flights are full. It will be interesting to see how they perform in winter schedule though

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    2. @ 11.52

      That was reported a while ago
      https://www.exyuaviation.com/2018/04/lot-upgrades-skopje-service.html

      Zagreb stays the same as last winter.

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    3. http://www.airliners.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=1398783&sid=71057ec57e5331331c97a6017acc3f5a

      What a nice trip report !

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  4. Wouldn't be better THU-SUN. Like this could reach the weekend guests.

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  5. Another blast for SPU.
    DBV is quietly climibing to second position, being the second busiest airport in ex-Yugoslavia and the busiest in the western Balkans.

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    1. Erm how can it be busiest in western Balkans when it's 'second' busiest in ex-YU?

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